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Funded Projects

Spring Street
25th Ave & E Spring St

Marra Farm
9026 4th Ave S

Hazel Heights
Baker Ave NW
 & NW 42nd

Eastlake
2900 Fairview Ave E

West Genesee
SW Genesee &
 42nd Ave SW

Unpaving Paradise
E John St &
 Summit Ave E

Hillman City
4613 S Lucile St

New Holly Youth & Family
32nd Ave S &
 S Brighton St

Barton Street
34th Ave SW &
 SW Barton

Bitterlake
N 143rd &
 Linden Ave N

Magnolia Manor Park
3500 28th Ave W

Leo Street
51st & Leo

UpGarden
300 Mercer St.

Beacon Food Forest
15th Ave S. and S. Dakota St.

John C. Little Garden
6961 37th Ave S.

Westcrest Garden
9000 8th Ave SW.

Kirke Park
7028 9th Ave NW

Licton Springs
92nd St & College Way

Judkins
24th Ave S & S Norman St

Maa nye lai ndiec4913-23 Columbia Drive S

“Seattle Farms” Municipal Lands Agriculture Pilot Project

Horiuchi Boren/Yesler

Broadway HillFederal Ave E & E Republican

 

P-Patch Community Gardens Are Growing
with help from the
Parks and Green Spaces Levy!

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In 2008, for the first time Seattle voters approved a levy that included $2 million in funding for new community garden projects.  Interest and demand for community gardening is growing in Seattle where residents recognize community gardening as an important part of vibrant and sustainable neighborhoods.  The Department of Neighborhoods is thrilled to have this opportunity to respond by partnering with neighbors to build new P-Patch community gardens.

Gardening Progam Community Update

Thank You Seattle Voters!

We take the stewardship of public money to heart. Between 2009 and 2013 we’ll leverage the original funding for 4 community gardens to build at least 15 new and expanded gardens. We can do this thanks to great partnerships with neighborhood volunteers and other community partners. 

Find more information about our levy-funded work below.  For specific garden information and updates please follow the links on the right to individual garden pages.

map of levy sites

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  Our Work

Strategic Framework for newgarden development

2013 Inflation Funds project Fact Sheet

2012 Levy update

Map of community garden levy sites

Opportunity Fund

Levy Project Guide Parks

Map: Priority areas for Development w/Parks & Greenspaces Levy Funds

 

 


  F.A.Q.s

WHEN WILL THIS HAPPEN?

WHERE WILL THE COMMUNITY GARDENS BE?

WHAT ARE THE PRIORITY NEIGHBORHOOD AREAS?

WILL LEVY FUNDS BE USED TO BUY LAND FOR GARDENS?

I KNOW OF A GREAT SPOT FOR A P-PATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

WHAT IS THE OPPORTUNITY FUND?

WHAT ELSE WILL THE PARKS AND GREEN SPACES LEVY FUND?

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